The resumés of thousands vying to get jobs as mercenaries with TigerSwan, a North Carolina-based private security firm, have been found exposed to public gaze on the Internet.
Global outsourcing and IT services company Aegis will create 550 new jobs in Victoria over the next two to three years with the establishment of its Asia Pacific hub for analytics, social media and multilingual capabilities in Melbourne.
According to a recent IDC survey of the intentions of CIOs in Australia, 20.6% of respondents were using a cloud solution. The same survey says that by 2015 the use of cloud services by Australian companies - from SMBs to enterprise-size organisations - is set to quadruple - so what does this mean for service providers and users?
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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